‘A point in time’

Work Not For Sale

Experimental series with ceramicist Bernadette Tuite. Materials used are copper, pewter, sand fragments and gold leaf.

As part of this unique collaboration,  Bernadette Tuite sent Claire the ceramic base experiments, and Claire took these pieces to the beach to respond to them using sand and melted pewter.
Individual measurements: approx 9 x 7cm.
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Artist Bio

Claire Mooney is a contemporary Jeweller, Silversmith and Artist, working from a home studio near Annalong; at the foot of the Mourne Mountains.She graduated from Ulster University in 2018 with a BA specialising in Silversmithing and Jewellery, then completed an MA in Cultural Heritage and Museum Studies the following year. As a member of Contemporary British Silversmiths and Heritage Crafts Association her work seeks to combine traditional metalworking techniques with elements of Northern Ireland’s heritage and rural landscape. Claire explore these themes through the use of texture, form and material contrasts.